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GUWAHATI, Aug 6 � The Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) has asked the people of Assam to unite together in the moment of crisis in the State and extend every possible help to flood-affected people of the State and the victims of violence in the BTAD area.

In a statement, the SGBG president Dhiren Baruah, along with many eminent personalities and public organisations of the State has asked all sections people to come together to build an environment of trust in the entire State.

�At one side, major sections of our people are still reeling under severe floods, on the other side violence in Bodoland areas has made lakhs of people homeless. We want adequate relief material both for the flood affected and those living in rehabilitation camps in the violence hit Bodoland areas,� a statement said.

The appeal was supported by eminent citizens like educationist Dr Nirmal Choudhury, playwright Arun Sarma, senior journalist Dhirendra Nath Chakravartty, actor Nipon Goswami, Col. Manoranjan Goswami, Kumudeswar Hazarika, Krishna K Barua, Satyen Doley, Ajai Dutta, Barasharani Bishaya and organizations like All Assam Senior Citizens� Association, Pragati Shilpi Sangha, Hitakalpa, Nagarik Suraksha Samity, Kharghuli Janaklyan Samity, among others.

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Call for assisting flood and violence hit

GUWAHATI, Aug 6 � The Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) has asked the people of Assam to unite together in the moment of crisis in the State and extend every possible help to flood-affected people of the State and the victims of violence in the BTAD area.

In a statement, the SGBG president Dhiren Baruah, along with many eminent personalities and public organisations of the State has asked all sections people to come together to build an environment of trust in the entire State.

�At one side, major sections of our people are still reeling under severe floods, on the other side violence in Bodoland areas has made lakhs of people homeless. We want adequate relief material both for the flood affected and those living in rehabilitation camps in the violence hit Bodoland areas,� a statement said.

The appeal was supported by eminent citizens like educationist Dr Nirmal Choudhury, playwright Arun Sarma, senior journalist Dhirendra Nath Chakravartty, actor Nipon Goswami, Col. Manoranjan Goswami, Kumudeswar Hazarika, Krishna K Barua, Satyen Doley, Ajai Dutta, Barasharani Bishaya and organizations like All Assam Senior Citizens� Association, Pragati Shilpi Sangha, Hitakalpa, Nagarik Suraksha Samity, Kharghuli Janaklyan Samity, among others.

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